How did the New York members of the House vote?

The following are the votes of the House of Representative members from New York State on the Amendment to HR 4853 – extending the Bush Tax Cuts for those making $250,000 or less.


Gary Ackerman, 5th
Michael A. Arcuri, New York, 24th
Timothy Bishop, New York, 1st
Yvette D. Clarke, New York, 11th
Joseph Crowley, New York, 7th
Eliot Engel, New York, 17th
John J. Hall, New York, 19th
Brian Higgins, New York, 27th
Maurice Hinchey, New York, 22nd
Steve Israel, New York, 2nd
Nita Lowey, New York, 18th
Daniel B. Maffei, New York, 25th
Carolyn McCarthy, New York, 4th
Carolyn Maloney, New York, 14th
Gregory W. Meeks, New York, 6th
Scott Murphy, New York, 20th
Jerrold Nadler, New York, 8th
Bill Owens, New York, 23rd
Charles B. Rangel, New York, 15th
José E. Serrano, New York, 16th
Louise Slaughter, New York, 28th
Paul D. Tonko, New York, 21st
Edolphus Towns, New York, 10th
Nydia M. Velázquez, New York, 12th
Anthony D. Weiner, New York, 9th


Pete King, New York, 3rd
Christopher J. Lee, New York, 26th
Michael E. McMahon, New York, 13th
Tom Reed, New York, 29th

Again, the vote today was to continue the Bush Tax Cuts (worth about 3% in tax hike) for everyone making $250,000 or less.

Also note that many small businesses (which are responsible for ~70% of all job creation) fall over the $250,000 cap due to paying corporate taxes on the individual level (S corporations).

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About the Author

Michael Vass
Born in 1968, a political commentator for over a decade. Has traveled the U.S. and lived in Moscow and Tsblisi, A former stockbroker and 2014 Congressional candidate. Passionate about politics with emphasis on 1st and 2nd Amendments.

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